Teach Remotely

In light of the current health crisis, teaching and learning at Dartmouth will be done remotely this spring term. DCAL and the Learning Design and Technology team have created a toolkit to help faculty get started, find resources, and learn best practices for remote instruction.

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  • Academic Continuity During Dispruption

    In the event of an emergency situation caused by any number of factors, your ability to continue your class in the manner that you've planned may be impacted. DCAL's latest guide helps you find alternatives for these situations.

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  • DCAL's New Director of Online Programs and Strategy

    DCAL is pleased to announce that Joshua Kim has been appointed to the newly created position of Director of Online Programs and Strategy.  Josh will collaborate closely with partners across the institution to develop a long-term strategy around the College's portfolio of low-residency degree programs and non-degree online courses.

    A headshot of Joshua Kim, New Director of Online Programs and Strategy, in a dark suit and blue dress shirt.
  • Intro to UI/UX at Dartmouth

    In this two-term course, students learned the principles of User Interface and User Experience Design through project-based learning. "It's in experiential learning classes like these where I am really excited about class and I'm excited about the work that I do." - Isabella Frolich '21

  • Curating a National Black Theater Museum

    This class visited the National Museum of African American History and Culture and worked with Rauner Special Collections to curate an exhibit of their own. "It was everything that I should have been learning since I was put into the education system," Jelinda Metelus '22.

  • Building a Tiny House

    Dartmouth faculty and students across courses and disciplines designed a tiny house. The team received an Experiential Learning Grant from DCAL in early 2018 for the project.

  • DartmouthX Certificate Program Wins edX Prize 2019

    Dartmouth engineering professor Petra Bonfert-Taylor and Rémi Sharrock from Institut Mines-Télécom (IMT) of France were named winners of the 2019 edX Prize for Exceptional Contributions in Online Teaching and Learning.

    Winners of the EdX2019 Prize

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New Faculty Programs

DCAL provides support and resources to faculty who are new to teaching at Dartmouth. The Course Design Institute, New Faculty Orientation, and Inclusive Pathways for Advancement in the Academy are designed to support participants' development as scholar-teachers in a Dartmouth setting. Learn more!